History Trivia / BabylonFive

8th May '18 9:55:26 AM dangerdan97
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** The Zima ad in the background of ''T.K.O.'' might seem like an example, but JMS purposely put it in there as a gag. He said he would be amazed if Zima still existed in the 21st Century, let alone the 23rd.

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** The Zima ad in the background of ''T.K.O.'' might seem like an example, but JMS purposely put it in there as a gag. He said he would be amazed if Zima still existed in the 21st Century, let alone the 23rd. [[spoiler: It actually did. Briefly.]]
8th May '18 9:36:21 AM dangerdan97
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** Back when nearly all of the World Wide Web could be linked to on one page, it seemed that most web sites had some sort of sci-fi series tribute somewhere. ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' was a particularly popular choice for enshrinement (it was on at the time, see?). B5 has one up on it, though: the NCSA Mosaic ''browser''[note]An ancient ancestor of both Internet Explorer and FireFox[/note] had a semi-secret page (about:b5) where the developers expressed their love for the series and provided a few links to fan sites in case you wanted to learn more.

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** Back when nearly all of the World Wide Web could be linked to on one page, it seemed that most web sites had some sort of sci-fi series tribute somewhere. ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' was a particularly popular choice for enshrinement (it was on at the time, see?). B5 has one up on it, though: the NCSA Mosaic ''browser''[note]An ''browser''[[note]]An ancient ancestor of both Internet Explorer and FireFox[/note] FireFox[[/note]] had a semi-secret page (about:b5) where the developers expressed their love for the series and provided a few links to fan sites in case you wanted to learn more.
8th May '18 9:35:49 AM dangerdan97
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** Back when nearly all of the World Wide Web could be linked to on one page, it seemed that most web sites had some sort of sci-fi series tribute somewhere. ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' was a particularly popular choice for enshrinement (it was on at the time, see?). B5 has one up on it, though: the NCSA Mosaic ''browser'' had a semi-secret page (about:b5) where the developers expressed their love for the series and provided a few links to fan sites in case you wanted to learn more.

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** Back when nearly all of the World Wide Web could be linked to on one page, it seemed that most web sites had some sort of sci-fi series tribute somewhere. ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' was a particularly popular choice for enshrinement (it was on at the time, see?). B5 has one up on it, though: the NCSA Mosaic ''browser'' ''browser''[note]An ancient ancestor of both Internet Explorer and FireFox[/note] had a semi-secret page (about:b5) where the developers expressed their love for the series and provided a few links to fan sites in case you wanted to learn more.
13th Apr '18 2:36:59 AM KoshAndSheridan
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** Ed Wasser is best known for playing the recurring [[MouthOfSauron agent for the Shadows]], Mr. Morden, in the series. However, in the pre-series pilot movie "The Gathering", he had a bit part as an operations staffer on the station named Guerra. Neither role involved any (non-human) makeup, so they looked identical.

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** Ed Wasser is best known for playing the recurring [[MouthOfSauron human agent for the Shadows]], Mr. Morden, in the series. However, in the pre-series pilot movie "The Gathering", he had a bit part as an operations staffer on the station named Guerra. Neither role involved any (non-human) makeup, so they looked identical.
13th Apr '18 2:36:07 AM KoshAndSheridan
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** Ed Wasser is best known for playing the recurring agent for the Shadows, Mr. Morden, in the series. However, in the pre-series pilot movie "The Gathering", he had a bit part as an operations staffer on the station named Guerra. Neither role involved any (non-human) makeup, so they looked identical.

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** Ed Wasser is best known for playing the recurring [[MouthOfSauron agent for the Shadows, Shadows]], Mr. Morden, in the series. However, in the pre-series pilot movie "The Gathering", he had a bit part as an operations staffer on the station named Guerra. Neither role involved any (non-human) makeup, so they looked identical.
13th Apr '18 2:33:25 AM KoshAndSheridan
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** John Vickery played two recurring characters: the Warrior-Caste Minbari and Grey Council member Neroon, and the [SecretPolice Night Watch] officer and SmugSnake Mr. Welles. Though Minbari makeup was used for the former, their facial features are very much the same and it's fairly easy to tell they are played by the same actor.

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** John Vickery played two recurring characters: the Warrior-Caste Minbari and Grey Council member Neroon, and the [SecretPolice [[SecretPolice Night Watch] Watch]] officer and SmugSnake Mr. Welles. Though Minbari makeup was used for the former, their facial features are very much the same and it's fairly easy to tell they are played by the same actor.
13th Apr '18 2:33:02 AM KoshAndSheridan
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** John Vickery played two recurring characters: the Warrior-Caste Minbari and Grey Council member Neroon, and the Night Watch officer and SmugSnake Mr. Welles. Though Minbari makeup was used for the former, their facial features are very much the same and it's fairly easy to tell they are played by the same actor.

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** John Vickery played two recurring characters: the Warrior-Caste Minbari and Grey Council member Neroon, and the [SecretPolice Night Watch Watch] officer and SmugSnake Mr. Welles. Though Minbari makeup was used for the former, their facial features are very much the same and it's fairly easy to tell they are played by the same actor.
13th Apr '18 2:29:48 AM KoshAndSheridan
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** John Vickery played two recurring characters: the Warrior-Caste Minbari Neroon, and the Night Watch officer and SmugSnake Mr. Welles. Though Minbari makeup was used for the former, their facial features are very much the same and it's fairly easy to tell they are played by the same actor.

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** John Vickery played two recurring characters: the Warrior-Caste Minbari and Grey Council member Neroon, and the Night Watch officer and SmugSnake Mr. Welles. Though Minbari makeup was used for the former, their facial features are very much the same and it's fairly easy to tell they are played by the same actor.
13th Apr '18 2:26:40 AM KoshAndSheridan
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** John Vickery played two recurring characters: the Warrior-Caste Minbari Neroon, and the Night Watch officer Mr. Welles. Though Minbari makeup was used for the former, their facial features and expressions are very much the same and it's fairly easy to tell they are played by the same actor.

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** John Vickery played two recurring characters: the Warrior-Caste Minbari Neroon, and the Night Watch officer and SmugSnake Mr. Welles. Though Minbari makeup was used for the former, their facial features and expressions are very much the same and it's fairly easy to tell they are played by the same actor.
13th Apr '18 2:25:07 AM KoshAndSheridan
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** John Vickery played two recurring characters: the Warrior-Caste Minbari Neroon, and the Night Watch officer Mr. Welles. Though Minbari makeup was used for the former, their facial features and expressions are very much the same and it's fairly easy to tell they are played by the same actor.
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